Friday, April 29, 2005 

Bribery, Perhaps.

Once again I wonder at the judicial system and how fair is it really. In recent testimony of Michael Jackson's former wife, Debbie Rowe. The prosecution brought her forth in hopes of some damning testimony however it seems to have back fired on them. Debbie Rowe has testified that Mikey is a great father, great person, and that his associates are vultures who pray on his easy ability to be exploited.
Rowe the mother of two of the three children belonging to Mikey has not seen nor spoken to her children and Mike since the divorce in 1999. She sat on the stand and winked at Mike and said she wants to be his friend if he wants. Hmmmm, I wonder if being his friend could include lieing on the stand in order to get a chance for partial custody of her children and a chance to live the high life she experienced in Nevernever land.
Only time will tell but I believe that after the trial you will see her with the children and Mikey often. Thats my prediction should he buy his way ..ooops I mean be found innocent of the child molestation charges.


Second Front in War to Save America?

In case you haven't heard about this. Please check out the links in Michelle Malkins story about the blatent slap not just in Californians faces but in the face of all Americansd on this.

By malkin · April 27, 2005 12:30 PM
Some in the mainstream media are picking up on the story--blogged here yesterday--about that appalling "Los Angeles, Mexico" billboard.
Here's some reaction in the Los Angeles Times, which reports "Ad Putting L.A. in Mexico Called Slap in Face:"
"This is almost a poster-board for illegal immigration," said Peter Amundson, a volunteer with the California Republican Assembly. "This is America. We're a land of immigrants — legal immigrants. This is not Mexico. This is the United States."
Amundson, who first saw one of the billboards last week near Irwindale, said that crossing out California and replacing it with Mexico was "a slap in the face to Californians and a pretty blatant one."
The Spanish-language broadcasting company sponsoring the ads--which, of course, is making big bucks off the illegal alien market--doesn't see a problem:
"All we are saying is, 'It's your city, your town, your team,' " said Andrew Mars, vice president for sales for Liberman Broadcasting. "We are a team that's educating and informing the Spanish-language marketplace."
Executive Vice President Lenard Liberman said Noticias 62 was a popular news program in Los Angeles and noted that people of Mexican descent made up a large portion of the city.
"We tell the story behind L.A.., and we tell the story behind Mexico," he said. "If they find that offensive, I'm sorry. But you just have to drive around L.A. to know that this is a Hispanic city."
Someone who gets it gets the last word:
Stuart Fischoff, who teaches media psychology at Cal State L.A., said the billboard was like "sticking a finger in your eye" to immigration reformers. "The joke here is, 'We're taking back California,' " Fischoff said. "Underneath the joke is part of the truth."
Viva la reconquista. Get used to it.
***Related:KESQ is also carrying an abbreviated report.
More on info on Liberman Broadcasting and its advertisers here.
Our city is a Mexican city
Cross-posted here.
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China, Islam, and Mexico, we had better watch our boarders and economy closely or your children will be speaking Chinese, while waving a Mexican flag.


Death Threats against MMP

Called vigilante's , and racists, both terms that are unfounded and inaccurate. The Minute Man Project has faced threats of intimidation and death by leftist, open boarder bleeding heart, self righteous morons.

Santa Clara (CA) County employee gets "counseled" for issuing death threat to MMP
ACLU-trained legal observers nowhere to be found
The unreported story of the Minuteman Project is that the project and its organizers have been the objects of scores of continuous threats of violence and even death. (For a cross-sectional sampling, see: Negative feedback from opponents, page 3.)
But the ACLU-trained legal observers, purportedly organized to document real or imagined threats and acts of violence aren't showing up to document threats when they are directed at the project and its volunteers. And it's not those observers don't have time on their hands, given there has not been a single instance of Minuteman Project volunteers acting other than in an exemplary manner.
One such threat came from Florencio Rodarte, an employee of Santa Clara County, in California. Here's what Mr. Rodarte wrote by email from the county's computer network on March 16:
From: "Florencio Rodarte" To:webmaster@minutemanproject.comSubject: Just wait> If you think the illeaga (sic)l immigrants are going to sit by and let you harras (sic) them while they come across you better think twice. They will kill you if they have to to (sic) get across. Don't get it twisted they aren't (sic) the rich educated Mexicans (sic). They are the poor and the criminal element so watch your red neck ass.
(Read the complete email message.)
On April 18, Mr. Rodarte's self-described employer, wrote:
My employee, Florencio Rodarte, sent an email to you on 3/16/05 and his email is posted on your website under the feedback section (p.3 death threats). Mr. Rodarte has been counseled about the use of county equipment. Kindly remove this posting from your site because it is not representative of Santa Clara County and our email address and URL remain in the posting.Thank you.James Ramoni, SSPMIn-Home Supportive ServicesCounty of Santa ClaraSocial Services Agency
The Minuteman Project responded to Mr. Ramoni by email, pointing out that providing Mr. Rodarte with counseling "about the use of county equipment" after he issued a death threat only compounded the original offense. Mr. Rodarte's threat, we wrote, demands severe disciplining, if not prosecution and firing.
Accordingly, yesterday, at 3:40PM (AZ), a representative of the Minuteman Project contacted the Santa Clara County Sheriff's Office to advise them of the threat and to demand a full investigation and, if warranted, the prosecution of Rodarte. Santa Clara sheriff's deputy Cole refused to take the information, citing procedural considerations. She told us to file our complaint with the Cochese County Sheriff. We explained to her that we were going to go public about the threat, and that the Santa Clara Sheriff's Office might want to at least hear our concerns so they could be prepared to receive anticipated press inquiries. Deputy Cole continued to refuse to receive our information. We had hoped the sheriff's office would at least have checked out Mr. Rodarte to satisfy themselves and us whether or not Rodarte was in fact someone likely to carry out an act of violence.
Meanwhile, we are contacting the Cochese County Sheriff. And we are still waiting…waiting…waiting for the ACLU-trained observers to carry out their much-ballyhooed mission to protect the innocent.

Isnt it amazing, making a threat of violence does not get counseling or punishment but miss use of county computers does. The fact the Santa Clara Sheriffs office is virtuaslly ignoring this is astounding. What are they possibly thinking. Does one of these crazy people have to actually go through with their threats before someone takes action? Anyone who reads this PLEASE please contact your legislature , e-mail the Santa Clara Sheriff and demand action NOW!!!!!


Immigration Note Worthy articles

Schwarzenegger: supports MMP, says KRCA should take down billboard
By Chris Kelly · April 28, 2005 08:00 PM
Speaking live on today's John & Ken show on KFI Los Angeles, CA Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger said that TV station KRCA should take down the billboard in which the "CA" of "Los Angeles CA" has been crossed out and replaced with the word "Mexico."
He called the billboard "divisive" and "unnecessary" and said that it promoted illegal immigration. He said that he welcomes business with Mexico and that he understands why poor people from Mexico want to come here. He blames the federal government for failing to secure the borders, not the illegal immigrants for wanting to come here.
He said that Los Angeles is a city where "we should work together, live together" and that the billboard "stirs up the issue of illegal immigration" and that it's "disservice to legal immigrants."
He thinks the Minuteman Project has done a terrific job, and that "it's a shame that private citizens has to go in there and secure our borders."
When asked why Bush would call the MMP volunteers "vigilantes," he responded diplomatically and said that he can't say what Bush is thinking and that perhaps he knows something we don't know.
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AZ poll: 57% support MMP
By Chris Kelly · April 28, 2005 06:10 PM
According to the most recent Horizon poll from Phoenix' PBS outlet KAET, 57% of Arizonans support the Minuteman Project. 34% were opposed. In less favorable news, 62% support Bush's guest worker plan, and 29% oppose it. Opinions were split on the actions of Patrick Haab.
The report from KAET, with the questions that were askied, is here. AP reports are here and here and a report from Capitol Media Services is here.
Note that KAET is a PBS affiliate and that they did this poll with the Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication at Arizona State University and that they've been doing similar polls on current events for years. I'd be slightly surprised if the usual suspects call the results non-representative.
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Rep. Hayworth (R-AZ): Bush "maligned" MMP
By Chris Kelly · April 28, 2005 05:52 PM
AZ Central:
Rep. J.D. Hayworth on Wednesday accused President Bush and others of having "maligned" the Minuteman Project, the civilian patrol group that placed volunteers along a 23-mile stretch of the Arizona-Mexico border this month to monitor immigrant activity.
And another Republican lawmaker, Rep. Tom Tancredo of Colorado, called on Bush to "meet with the people he calls vigilantes," and "issue an apology to these folks for what he's called (them)."
...White House spokesman Taylor Gross said Wednesday that no apology will be coming from the White House...
Sen. John McCain (R-AZ) says he has "no position" on the MMP.
And, from a week ago, see Spokesman confronted with border-agent anger: McClellan defends guest-worker program, won't rescind 'vigilante' comment
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MMP to patrol northern border
By Chris Kelly · April 28, 2005 05:46 PM
The AP reports that the MMP intends to set up patrols along the northern borders of Vermont, Michigan, North Dakota, and Idaho. However, no target date has been set.
The article includes this:
Mario Villarreal, a spokesman for U.S. Customs and Border Protection, said his agency "does not endorse the expansion of civilian patrols, as proposed by the citizens group in Arizona. We must leave the responsibility of protecting the nation's borders to the highly trained law enforcement personnel of the Border Patrol."
Now, see "Border Patrol Has Issues with ACLU Operatives in Monitored Sector":
The union representing Border Patrol agents in the Tucson sector says its members have had no complaints about the volunteers taking part in the Minuteman Project, which is wrapping up this week in the Arizona desert. But apparently the Border Patrol has had some problems with the ACLU...
In addition to noting the president Bush called the MMP volunteers "vigilantes", the AP article also has this:
"We're not supportive of vigilantes," said Dan Whiting, spokesman for Sen. Larry Craig, R-Idaho. "We can empathize with the need for border security, but we need to do it the right way."
Craig is the sponsor of the AgJobs amnesty.
Localized versions of the AP story here and here.
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By malkin · April 28, 2005 05:14 PM
"I'm an undocumented immigrant, and I've been here, and I'm in college, and I'm working really hard," she said. "I'm here, so get used to it." --Mirla Lopez, a government and pre-law student at the University of Texas at Austin
The Austin, Texas, office of U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement can be reached at 512-916-5888.
Related: How to Report Illegal Aliens
(Hat tip: Res Ipsa Loquitur


Death sentence

How long will it take the ACLU (American Communist Liberation Unit) to try to derail Military Justice I wonder. In an awesome verdict/indictment of Hasan (anti American piece of garbage traitor) Akbar, a military court passed down the verdict of guilty and punishment of DEATH.

At Ft. Bragg where Akbar was tried for the grenade attack on his fellow soldiers, a military panel took seven hours to determine his fate. A fate that should have been decided on the battle field with .223/5.56 justice.

Akbar was convicted on March 23, 2003 of his traitorous act which took the lives of 2 and wounded 14 others. He offered this lame apology "I apologies for my actions. When I did that I felt my life was in jeopardy and I had other problems."
Life in jeopardy? Hell it was a combat zone I think everybody's life was in jeopardy there buddy and other problems? Come on that is lame. I am positive that many there had on their minds what they thought were some serious problems other then maybe being shot at. I doubt many even considered the fact that some schmuck who there trusted to watch their backs was going to frag them while they slept.

His sentence will be reviewed, by the conveying Authority, Maj Gen Virgil L. Packett II, then by the Army Court of Criminal Appeals, then finally by the Court of Appeals for the Armed Forces. At each appeal there is the chance his sentence can be reduced in part or in whole (meaning they can set him free) Lets hope that the chain of command in the military hasn't been corrupted with utopian world views on how to treat a traitor in a combat zone.

Wednesday, April 27, 2005 

Take That France

PARIS -- The United States' bread-baking skills were crowned superior to those of France and the rest of the world the Coupe du Monde de la Boulangerie, the World Cup of Baking, held in Paris, France.
The 2005 U.S. Bread Bakers Guild team was coached by Didier Rosada and included Jeffrey Yankellow, both of the San Francisco Baking Institute. They beat 11 other countries' teams to win the competition, the Bread Bakers Guild of America reported today.

Tuesday, April 26, 2005 

Counter Terror Reading

In my viewing of the blogs I have discovered yet another great place to read on things. Here is a sample of the reading there, enjoy.

April 26, 2005
Financial Regulators Release Bank Secrecy Act Guidance to Money Service Businesses
FinCEN and the federal banking agencies (FBAs) at the Federal Reserve System, the FDIC, the National Credit Union Administration, the OCC, and the Office of Thrift Supervision today issued interpretive guidance setting forth the minimum steps that banking organizations should take when providing banking services to money services businesses. FinCEN has issued a concurrent advisory to money services businesses to emphasize their Bank Secrecy Act regulatory obligations and to notify them of the types of information that they will be expected to produce to a banking organization in the course of opening or maintaining account relationships. FinCEN and the FBAs issued a joint press release on the guidance and the advisory. CT Blog regulars will recall last week's letter from the FBAs, which was in turn a reply to the January 10 letter from the American Bankers Association and state regulators on the consistency of BSA examinations. The new guidance was issued well ahead of the announced deadline and during the hearing today at the Senate Banking Committee on the regulators' oversight of MSB compliance with the BSA.
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Security Council Reviews Progress Against Terrorism
It may be a sign of the times that the UN Security Council could hold an open session on the progress in the war on terrorism, as it did yesterday, and attract so little press and other attention. During yesterday's session, the Security Council received briefings from its three specialized anti-terrorism committees -- the Al Qaeda and Taliban Sanctions (1267) Committee, the Counter-Terrorism (1373) Committee and the new (1540) Committee on the proliferation of weapons of mass destruction. The briefings were devoid of anything controversial, and really didn’t provide any new insights into how the war on terrorism was progressing. At first brush the session did not appear newsworthy. But, reading through the lines there are several items that do merit attention.
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The Conviction of Ali al-Timimi
After days of deliberations, jurors have finally returned with a guilty verdict in the case of would-be "Islamic scholar" Ali al-Timimi in Alexandria, Virginia. Timimi is a prominent advocate of a puritanical and often extremist form of fundamentalist Islam known as Salafism. As the federal prosecutors in Alexandria demonstrated over the past month, Timimi's "religious" teachings included directly encouraging his followers to take up arms against America in order to fight alongside the Taliban in Afghanistan and their "Arab mujahideen" allies--read Al-Qaida. Timimi's attorneys had attempted to shield their client in the protection of the First Amendment, arguing that Timimi's language never rose to the stringent incitement standard delineated in the landmark Brandenburg v. Ohio case. The jurors were apparently unpersuaded.
The conviction of Ali al-Timimi is a significant victory for the Department of Justice in its ongoing counterterrorism efforts. At a time when the DOJ is still coming to grips with regrettable evidentiary and legal defeats in a number of recent cases (such as those of London-based Al-Qaida recruiter Abu Doha and former University of Idaho student Sami Omar al-Hussayen), Timimi's conviction seems to confirm that the U.S. government is still able to successfully prosecute controversial terrorism cases without resorting to extrajudicial means, such as designating an individual as an enemy combatant. One final note: this latest conviction is due--in no small part--to the tireless work of the U.S. Attorney's Office for the Eastern District of Virginia. Once again, the EDVA has proven itself to be a model of efficiency and success in tackling complex and critically important terrorism cases. Americans should come to expect the same level of professionalism and expertise in all facets of our national counterterrorism strategy.
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Clear Channel Sells Out

In a very off the wall billboard in the city of Los Angelas, the mega giant broadcasting corp Cleer Channel has sold out. A bill board with the abbreviation "CA" crossed out and replaced with Mexico stands along highway 605.
This is blatently a slap in all who are trying to keep this country together and oour national sovierngty. Clear channel last month announced a "Multicultural Sales and Marketing Initiative". Looks more to me as a support for globalization to me.
A picture and article on this can be found at


Ruben Navarrette Jr.

In today's Denver post Ruben has an interesting op ed piece. Although he gets his shots in on pro Americans who are on the boarder doing a civic duty that the Federal and Local governments seem to want to forget about.
Ruben is correct in that we do need to revoke the invitation to the illegals to come here and work. To go after and hold responsible all those who hire illegals, on a day labor or in the kitchen to wash dishes.
However for Ruben to spew the same old cliches about vigilantism who break the law... Just exactly what laws have the Minute Men broken and where did they break these laws?

He further goes on to implicate that children born here to illegals should still be granted citizenship, a status that many from south of the boarder abuse as often as they can. For instance are you aware that the child is eligible for all the medical benefits that we as hard working tax payers can not afford on our own. That they have siblings that get these benefits as well even though they are not citizens here.
I am not against immigration, I say it again and again but Mr. Ruben, how about some responsible leadership from someone like yourself to help stem this INVASION! Its time to take a stand Ruben, America or not. Who do you support. Quit standing behind that old line they take jobs Americans won't, you know better that that is a LIE. The reason they get the job is because they will work dirt cheap.

I say lets not only go after the employers of illegals , but to those who rent them low income housing. Are there not plenty of homeless in this country who could use the roof over their heads too?
Wake up people and look around. Illegal Immigration is a big problem and it is tearing this country apart.

Saturday, April 23, 2005 

Social Engineering caught

Having to turn to the blogs to get local news. This is amazing that nothing was in Fridays newspapers on this. If it was I definately missed the artical and i do try to read all the paper in the morning , not just the comic pages. Social Engineering is what i call the educrates here as they teach revised history and the art of dumbing down our youth in order to make"self esteem" of the students priority. (A mistake as it leads to feelings of inemptness as the student goes into the real world and understands we are not all equal in ability or thought)

Altered Pledge of Allegiance stuns studentsBy Valerie RichardsonTHE WASHINGTON TIMES
DENVER -- The students in Vincent Pulciani's seventh-grade class were reciting the Pledge of Allegiance this week when they heard the voice over the intercom say something they'd never heard before, at least not during the Pledge. Instead of "one nation, under God," the voice said, "one nation, under your belief system." The bewildered students at Everitt Middle School in Wheat Ridge never even got to "indivisible," according to Vincent's mother, Christina Pulciani-Johnson. "He came home and told me about it after school, and he said, 'I just stood there, Mom. I didn't even know what to do. We all just stood there and didn't even finish it,'" Mrs. Pulciani-Johnson said, quoting her son. Margo Lucero, the eighth-grade guidance counselor at the school, substituted the phrase "under your belief system" as she led the recitation of the Pledge on Wednesday. After irate phone calls poured in from parents, Principal Kathleen Norton, who normally leads the Pledge but was out of the building at the time, apologized to students Thursday and sent home letters of apology yesterday. "The principal called me later. She said she was dumbfounded. She wasn't in the building. She didn't approve it," Mrs. Pulciani-Johnson said. Meanwhile, Jefferson County School District spokesman Rick Kaufman was engaged in damage control, describing Miss Lucero's decision to rewrite the Pledge as "inappropriate" and stressing that she had acted independently, without consulting the district or other school officials. Mr. Kaufman said Miss Lucero had been spurred by the date, April 20, the sixth anniversary of the Columbine High School slayings. Both Columbine and Everitt are within the Jefferson County school district. "The day was the sixth anniversary of Columbine, and she felt she should be all-inclusive, so she replaced the word 'God,'" he said. Mr. Kaufman refused to say whether Miss Lucero had been disciplined by the district, citing private personnel matters. He did say she was still working at Everitt. Parents said Miss Lucero had been slated to leave Everitt at the end of the year, and Shelley Pierce, whose daughter is in seventh grade, said it appeared that the counselor was clearing out her office. Her daughter, Bailey, told her about the incident after school Wednesday. "I was really angry," Mrs. Pierce said. "Legally, that's our Pledge of Allegiance, and I don't think anyone has the right to change it," she said. "I'm very happy with the way the district has handled it. Nobody's trying to defend it." Miss Lucero could not be reached for comment. The episode marks the second time this year the Pledge has made headlines in Colorado. In March, voters in Estes Park recalled a councilman, David Habecker, who refused to stand for the Pledge during town meetings.

Having grown up and attended the jefferson County School district. I am surprised that they acted like they did and gave Miss Lucero her walking papers. For years they have tried to eliminate God and Country from all their activities. I do not think it will be to hard for Miss Lucero to find another job since the Denver School district is less then a mile away.

Friday, April 22, 2005 

There is some Backbone

Finally someone is starting to understand the problem.

By Heather Mac Donald · April 21, 2005 06:24 PM
Local self-help continues apace.
A councilman and former mayor of Elsmere, De. (population: 5800), has introduced a bill that would fine landlords and employers $1000 per illegal alien that they rent to or employ. John Jaremchuk’s bill would also allow police officers, if they have stopped an individual for a traffic or other offense and have reasonable cause to believe that the individual is an illegal alien, to inquire into his residency status. If the person stopped cannot provide evidence of legality within 24 hours, he could be fined $100.
Jaremchuk cites the drain on the city’s coffers from illegal aliens, gangs and property damage, and the risks of terrorism as justification for his bill. ICE, he says, has shown itself “unable or unwilling” to enforce immigration laws, so “local government has to step in.”
The bill will be voted on May 12. Expect vociferous challenges to its legality: opponents will argue that only the federal government may respond to immigration violations. Yet, as Jaremchuk observes, laws against employing illegal aliens have been on the books since 1986, without the slightest effort on Washington’s part to give them any teeth. Only by penalizing scofflaw employers will the alien smuggling trade be stopped. As long as intending illegals know that they can find work hassle-free, no amount of border fortification will stop the invasion.
Hispanic advocacy groups and the ACLU are already accusing the town of practicing “racial profiling.”
And the media is running the usual story: How dare anyone scare our illegal aliens? “Fear on the streets” ran a subhead in an April 15 News Journal story (published in Wilmington, Del.)
It is the peculiar trait of immigration law-breaking that you’re supposed to be able to do it without any fear of the consequences. It’s mean-spirited, the elite thinking goes, to do anything that would lead illegals to worry that they may actually be at risk of enforcement. After the Border Patrol arrested some 450 border trespassers in several California cities last spring, the Los Angeles Times, La Raza, and every other advocacy group for immigration law-breakers protested that the arrests were "scaring" illegal aliens. The White House promptly called the team off.
One might respond that if you’re going to break into a country in violation of its laws, it goes with the territory that you might occasionally worry about getting arrested. It’s one of the risks that you are assuming. But no, the push to normalize illegal entry requires not only that illegals be granted drivers licenses, banking privileges, free education, free hospital care, and welfare for their children, but that they also be granted unclouded peace of mind.

Hooray for them. Hopefully some other places will do the same.


A Local website

I can't let this go with out bringing to someones attention what little back stabbing , petty , insecure people are in radio. Well at least here in Denver that is.
The following website is just as petty and misinformed on many topics as is your left wing looney bin sites.
Case in point, the recent trashing of KNUS radio. Granted Knus is not the biggest nor the largest station here in Denver, nor will it be due to the Mighty Blowtorch 850. However the postings of certain individuals on this site and by certain employees friends to trash certain broadcasters is amazing.
Lets take thier comments on the news. Some seriouse nonliking of the format and blaming of talent without just cause. First to address the format. The format is decided upon by the news director. He determines of an evening what stories he wants to air in the next mornings broadcast. So sure some of the stories will be old and not fresh. Secondly the News director decides on how many stories will be in each short segment. Listening and timing out the Top and Bottom of the hour segments you have a total of 4 stories plus sports weather and traffic updates on the top and two plus traffic/weather on the bottom. They also have a live read (ad to do) and commercial to play. So the news segments are short and brief. For certain posters on Denver to claim a story lasted 90 seconds is ASSINE/absurd. This person also claimed what the story Doing my homework I found out that the story in question..About Mayor Hickenlooper was a 27.9 second story and did lead a couple top of the hour segments.
Next lets address the issue of who owns this website and who patronizes on a daily basis. The owner has self motivation to dog on the station as he has a couple of shows that air on the radio group. Now with certain aspirations and lack of talent this person is making waves that he need not do.
Other posters want to talk about lack of coverage. Again this is predetermined by the news director and out of the hands of others. Yes many stories are recorded and loigged into the computer for play. That is done to give the listeners a differant voice on the air during the segments. As to the sound bites that are played, like all stations they are clipped from either the A.P. or CNN, Fox news websites. Seeing how most radio stations can not afford a large international nor national news team to go and cover stories. So stories are downloaded from the net. This is how many things work. Again bottom line ...IF YOU DON'T LIKE IT THEN DON'T LISTEN.

Thursday, April 21, 2005 

Democratic underground/nonsense

Reading the so called balanced and fair reporting/opinions on the Democratic Underground I can't fathom just how delusional the liberal mindset is. Here they think that the Republicans are coming around to being open minded and fair by starting ethic investigations of Sen. Tom Delay
Republicans Open Ethics Investigation on Tom DelayPosted by seemslikeadreamAdded to homepage Wed Apr 20th 2005, 04:00 PM ET
WASHINGTON - Retreating under pressure, Republicans on the House ethics committee said Wednesday they were ready to open an investigation into allegations of wrongdoing against Majority Leader Tom DeLay.Four of the five Republicans on the committee were ready to move ahead, said Rep. Doc Hastings, the panel's Republican chairman. The panel also has five Democratic members.The Republicans were "prepared to vote at the earliest opportunity to empanel an investigations subcommittee to review various allegations concerning travel and other actions" by DeLay, he said.The ethics committee has authority to start an investigation based on information it receives "through public and other sources," Hastings said. /

Self delusional in thier conspiritorial views they are now blaming the Catholic church again and the new Pope Benidict XVI, for Sen. Kerry's loss in the election.
New pope intervened against Kerry in US 2004 election campaignPosted by 94114_San_FranciscoAdded to homepage Wed Apr 20th 2005, 08:39 AM ET
WASHINGTON (AFP) - German Cardinal Joseph Ratzinger, the Vatican theologian who was elected Pope Benedict XVI, intervened in the 2004 US election campaign ordering bishops to deny communion to abortion rights supporters including presidential candidate John Kerry.In a June 2004 letter to US bishops enunciating principles of worthiness for communion recipients, Ratzinger specified that strong and open supporters of abortion should be denied the Catholic sacrament, for being guilty of a "grave sin."He specifically mentioned "the case of a Catholic politician consistently campaigning and voting for permissive abortion and euthanasia laws," a reference widely understood to mean Democratic candidate Kerry, a Catholic who has defended abortion rights.The letter said a priest confronted with such a person seeking communion "must refuse to distribute it."

Once again the main story is missed by the self absorbed left.
Time Mag Runs Pic of Reep Plants/Fake Protesters ("Communists for Kerry")Posted by elehhhhnaAdded to homepage Mon Apr 18th 2005, 11:50 PM ET
"Time Mag publishes FAKE photo of supposed Anti-Coulter/Pro-Kerry group by John in DC - 4/18/2005 12:25:00 PM THIS IS A GOP FRONT GROUP POSING AS "COMMUNISTS FOR KERRY"And had TIME magazine followed the news cycle last year, they'd have know this. FOX News got duped by the group, the group was uncovered, and now TIME republishes the photo saying that it's a real group protesting Coulter, when it's really a GOP group pretending to be "communists for Kerry" in order to make Kerry and the Dems look bad."
The group that the liberals refere to is a group of young activists who want to demonstrate that half of the demonstrators haven't a clue as to what they are doing. The insertion of fake signs, chanting strange slogans , then getting the so called demonstrators ( actual paid persons to act like they are against somoething/paid for usally from rerouted donations from political causes usally left leaning causes) to follow them. Thuis young group is funny in the way they show up and prove every time that the left hasn't a clue the majority of the time.

I highly suggest that if you are feeling a little blue and need a pick me up go to the Democratic it is always good for a laugh


Where Is The Responsibility

In the following article , you read about the attack on a 16 year old girl in high school. How the administration looks the other way and allows the culprits to get away before the police arrive. I have several questions about this. One , why didn't some student go for help?
Two why didn't the teachers or administration hold the attackers until the police arrive. Third and the most important in my opinion. Why did not the victims father bust the principal in the mouth/nose for allowing this and being so insensitive about the whole thing.

By Michelle Malkin · April 20, 2005 03:51 PM

On March 9, according to press reports, a developmentally disabled girl told Mifflin school officials that four boys dragged her into the school auditorium, punched her in the head and face, pushed her to her knees, and forced her to have oral sex with two of them. A crowd of students watched and one student videotaped the incident. The 16-year-old girl's lip was bloodied in the alleged gang attack; dazed and crying, her face swollen, she reported the assault immediately to her special education teacher, Lisa Upshaw-Miller.
One monstrosity was piled upon another. When the girl's father, who had been summoned to the school by the teacher, insisted on calling police, an assistant principal twice urged him not to call 911, according to Upshaw-Miller. Assistant Principal Rick Watson implored the girl's father to call the non-emergency police line instead of 911 a violation of Ohio state law because "a news channel might tape his daughter and cause her further mental trauma," according to his statement to school investigators.
Meanwhile, according to witnesses, the school's principal, Regina Crenshaw, shuttered herself in a meeting about bell schedules and curriculum for a half-hour while underlings scrambled to perform damage control.
Cover your ears, cower in a classroom, and pray that the media stay out of it. It's all about the children, right?
Witness statements revealed that none of the administrators bothered to call a nurse to assist the girl. Only after the girl's father called police himself did law enforcement come to the scene. By the time the cops arrived, all of the administrators had gone home for the day.
The principal is scheduled to be fired, but the assistant vice principals who allegedly participated in the cover-up are getting away with a slap on the wrist: 10-day suspensions and "sensitivity training" courses. Meanwhile, it looks like education dimwits in the area are going to exploit the crime to drum up diversity dollars under the guise of convening a "violence summit."
The case hasn't gotten nearly enough attention outside of Ohio. Disabled advocates should raise hell. Parents should raise hell. Teachers with spines should raise hell.

How amazing that the teachers did not get a nurse and assist the victem of this gruesome offense. Yes it is gruesome do to the fact it was a forcable act with an unwilling person. "Sensitivity training" , now what the hell is this about . How about some leasdership classes and the fireing of all the staff. This young girl was a developmental (nice phrase for mentally challenged) disabled girl. The video tape I pray does not get lost and all of those who participated are castrated, well punished at least.

Wednesday, April 20, 2005 

Something Inspirational

On nights like this when I can't sleep I often look up different things here on the internet and read. What a wonderful thing this internet can be once you get past all of the spam and popups that appear out of no where to clog the screen.
Any way I can across this. A must read for High Schoolers and anyone who studies politics or follows politics. Note that you can easily substitute the word British with Islamic Radicals Or with France, The United Nations, or even Left Wing goof balls.

Give Me Liberty or Give Me Death
Patrick Henry
March 23, 1775.
No man thinks more highly than I do of the patriotism, as well as abilities, of the very worthy gentlemen who have just addressed the House. But different men often see the same subject in different lights; and, therefore, I hope it will not be thought disrespectful to those gentlemen if, entertaining as I do opinions of a character very opposite to theirs, I shall speak forth my sentiments freely and without reserve. This is no time for ceremony. The questing before the House is one of awful moment to this country. For my own part, I consider it as nothing less than a question of freedom or slavery; and in proportion to the magnitude of the subject ought to be the freedom of the debate. It is only in this way that we can hope to arrive at truth, and fulfill the great responsibility which we hold to God and our country. Should I keep back my opinions at such a time, through fear of giving offense, I should consider myself as guilty of treason towards my country, and of an act of disloyalty toward the Majesty of Heaven, which I revere above all earthly kings.
Mr. President, it is natural to man to indulge in the illusions of hope. We are apt to shut our eyes against a painful truth, and listen to the song of that siren till she transforms us into beasts. Is this the part of wise men, engaged in a great and arduous struggle for liberty? Are we disposed to be of the number of those who, having eyes, see not, and, having ears, hear not, the things which so nearly concern their temporal salvation? For my part, whatever anguish of spirit it may cost, I am willing to know the whole truth; to know the worst, and to provide for it.
I have but one lamp by which my feet are guided, and that is the lamp of experience. I know of no way of judging of the future but by the past. And judging by the past, I wish to know what there has been in the conduct of the British ministry for the last ten years to justify those hopes with which gentlemen have been pleased to solace themselves and the House. Is it that insidious smile with which our petition has been lately received? Trust it not, sir; it will prove a snare to your feet. Suffer not yourselves to be betrayed with a kiss. Ask yourselves how this gracious reception of our petition comforts with those warlike preparations which cover our waters and darken our land. Are fleets and armies necessary to a work of love and reconciliation? Have we shown ourselves so unwilling to be reconciled that force must be called in to win back our love? Let us not deceive ourselves, sir. These are the implements of war and subjugation; the last arguments to which kings resort. I ask gentlemen, sir, what means this martial array, if its purpose be not to force us to submission? Can gentlemen assign any other possible motive for it? Has Great Britain any enemy, in this quarter of the world, to call for all this accumulation of navies and armies? No, sir, she has none. They are meant for us: they can be meant for no other. They are sent over to bind and rivet upon us those chains which the British ministry have been so long forging. And what have we to oppose to them? Shall we try argument? Sir, we have been trying that for the last ten years. Have we anything new to offer upon the subject? Nothing. We have held the subject up in every light of which it is capable; but it has been all in vain. Shall we resort to entreaty and humble supplication? What terms shall we find which have not been already exhausted? Let us not, I beseech you, sir, deceive ourselves. Sir, we have done everything that could be done to avert the storm which is now coming on. We have petitioned; we have remonstrated; we have supplicated; we have prostrated ourselves before the throne, and have implored its interposition to arrest the tyrannical hands of the ministry and Parliament. Our petitions have been slighted; our remonstrates have produced additional violence and insult; our supplications have been disregarded; and we have been spurned, with contempt, from the foot of the throne! In vain, after these things, may we indulge the fond hope of peace and reconciliation. There is no longer any room for hope. If we wish to be free-- if we mean to preserve inviolate those inestimable privileges for which we have been so long contending--if we mean not basely to abandon the noble struggle in which we have been so long engaged, and which we have pledged ourselves never to abandon until the glorious object of our contest shall be obtained--we must fight! I repeat it, sir, we must fight! An appeal to arms and to the God of hosts is all that is left us!
They tell us, sir, that we are weak; unable to cope with so formidable an adversary. But when shall we be stronger? Will it be the next week, or the next year? Will it be when we are totally disarmed, and when a British guard shall be stationed in every house? Shall we gather strength by irresolution and inaction? Shall we acquire the means of effectual resistance by lying supinely on our backs and hugging the delusive phantom of hope, until our enemies shall have bound us hand and foot? Sir, we are not weak if we make a proper use of those means which the God of nature hath placed in our power. The millions of people, armed in the holy cause of liberty, and in such a country as that which we possess, are invincible by any force which our enemy can send against us. Besides, sir, we shall not fight our battles alone. There is a just God who presides over the destinies of nations, and who will raise up friends to fight our battles for us. The battle, sir, is not to the strong alone; it is to the vigilant, the active, the brave. Besides, sir, we have no election. If we were base enough to desire it, it is now too late to retire from the contest. There is no retreat but in submission and slavery! Our chains are forged! Their clanking may be heard on the plains of Boston! The war is inevitable--and let it come! I repeat it, sir, let it come.
It is in vain, sir, to extenuate the matter. Gentlemen may cry, Peace, Peace-- but there is no peace. The war is actually begun! The next gale that sweeps from the north will bring to our ears the clash of resounding arms! Our brethren are already in the field! Why stand we here idle? What is it that gentlemen wish? What would they have? Is life so dear, or peace so sweet, as to be purchased at the price of chains and slavery? Forbid it, Almighty God! I know not what course others may take; but as for me, give me liberty or give me death!

What a wonderful speech. Very inspirational.


Who is minding the Store?

This is just another prime example of how bureaucracy in this country is out of control. After reading this any wonder why the Minute man Project is so popular.

By Michelle Malkin · April 20, 2005 07:01 AM
According to a yet another report, airline security is no better today than it was on Sept. 10, 2001:
The report said there was a "lack of improvement" since similar tests were conducted at 15 airports in 2003. Homeland Security Inspector General Richard Skinner told a Senate committee this year that TSA screener "fared no better than the performance of screener prior to Sept. 11, 2001."
Yesterday's report said, "Improvements are still needed in the screening process to ensure dangerous prohibited items are not being carried into the sterile areas of airports or do not enter the checked baggage system."
Congress' Government Accountability Office reached a similar conclusion in a report it will send to Congress later this week, said Rep. John Mica, R-Fla.
TSA's administrators, on the other hand, are doing just fine. According to a report by the Homeland Security Department's inspector general, TSA offices are equipped with a half million dollars worth of artwork, tens of thousands of dollars of silk flowers, expensive kitchen equipment and a state-of-the-art fitness center with towel service.
And in 2003, TSA officials threw themselves a birthday party that cost $461,000.
Good to know the TSA has its priorities straight.

Amazing isnt it. The air still isn't all that safe and our hard earned tax money is still being spent on programs that are not serviceing the People.


Welcome Home

This is how all troops returning from overseas need to be greeted.

Tony Perry of the Los Angeles Times has a heart-warming article about local citizens in Bangor, Maine, who welcome soldiers returning to the U.S.:
BANGOR, Maine — Tired and bleary-eyed, Marines of the 1st Battalion, 7th Regiment, based at Twentynine Palms, Calif., were finally back on U.S. soil after seven months on the front lines in Iraq.
But they were still many miles and hours from their families and the homecoming they longed for. Their officers told them they would be on the ground for 60 to 90 minutes while their chartered plane was refueled.
So they disembarked and began walking through the airport terminal corridor to a small waiting room.
That's when they heard the applause.
Lining the hall and clapping were dozens of Bangor residents who have set a daunting task for themselves: They want every Marine, soldier, sailor and airman returning through the tiny international airport here to get a hero's welcome.
Even if the planes arrive in the middle of the night or a blizzard, they are there.
Composed mostly from the generation that served in World War II and Korea, they call themselves the Maine Troop Greeters. They have met every flight bringing troops home from Iraq for nearly two years — more than 1,000 flights and nearly 200,000 troops.



What No More Free Food

I am not sure if this would be considered a blessing or another travesty of high airline tickets. On page 6B of the Rocky Mountain news you will find another article about how United Airlines is shorting its passengers.
Starting June 7th, no longer will complimentary meals be offered unless you pay an extra $5.00 for them. Was it not bad enough that the food before was AWFUL, but now you have to pay an additional fee for the bad tasting tray of so called food. This new policy is supposed to help United get out of bankruptcy, I do not believe this. If they wanted to get out of bankruptcy they would revamp their ungodly high prices , lack of service, over paid executives with golden parachutes and labor unions. Oh wait that means redoing the whole company.

I for one choose never to fly United as their service is terrible, treatment of passengers lacks compassion and the fact the hold a monopoly at DIA (Denver International Airport)

Tuesday, April 19, 2005 

Terrorism 10 years ago

On this date ten years ago tradjectly, at least two Americans and possible foreign entities exploded a bomb in Oklahoma city taking out the Federal building. Many people lost their lives and more had their lives forever changed by this act of terrorism. There is no excuse, nor any real punishment for the suffering that was brought to Oklahoma City. The innocent lives taken and reshaped by such a malice act. While many today remember and morn the event, others celebrated in the middle east.
What is terrorism? Terrorism is the threat or the act of violence against a person or persons by another. There are three categories or terrorist.
1) crazes
2) Criminals
3) Crusaders.

It is easy at first look to confuse the three as they all intertwine and simple put do disreputable acts. However the least dangerous is the Criminal.... Basically he is just that out for monetarely profit and is a criminal. The other two are to be feared and removed when found out, ( by removal I mean eliminated with extreme prejudice). Crazes are just crazy and do strange things, however the crusader is what we see today on a daily basis in the news. Holy Jihadist thinking that they will be maytered and sent off to some place where 70 virgin maidens are awaiting them in an afterlife of pleasure and peace, (obviously they have never been married and do not realize that 70 women will drive them bonkers.) they seek not fame in the here and now but to have their actrions remembered for all time and their name revered, Posh and Tish.
This is what makes the crusader the most dangerous one of all, for he fears not death or what will happen to him/her as they go to a better place, or so they believe.

What can we do about this? Well make an example out of them as we did with McVeigh, execute them after trial. Do not waste time and effort on appeals , execute them publicly and quickly.
Anyway back to reality, ten years ago today a tradgedy befell our nation.....LESS WE FORGET.

Monday, April 18, 2005 

Ward Churchill

Who has said he doesn't have the right to open mouth insert foot?
At UC-Boulder, a seven-week review by the interim chancellor concluded that the First Amendment protects Churchill's writings. A tenured professor, he earns $94,242 a year.
Ward Churchill is free to say what ever he wants but to distort the first admendment and say you are not reponisble for repercussions is assine. it falls along the same lines that the foul mouth Howard Stern category. To accept their logic one can stand up in a crowded movie theatre and scream fire at the top of their lungs , cause a panic and injury with out being held responsible for the act.
I am all for freedom of speech, however if you say something stupid or not true you WILL be held accountable by the public. The fact that Colorado tax payers do not agree with his off the wall thinking and do NOT want to endorse or pay for these comments (his salary is payed by taxes not tuition) he is offended and blacklisted. No one is saying hew cannot work, we as tax payers are saying we don't want him working for us.
Speaking recently he was introduced by Justin Wilson, a Reed student who introduced Churchill, said organizers wanted his visit to represent a defense of academic freedom and a stand against "blacklisting."
Greeting the small group of listeners, in black jeans and cowboy boots, Churchill welcomed the crowd of about 450 students, faculty and staff with his customary Native American greeting, "Hello, my relatives." (I would like to know who claims him as a relative actually, Indian nations are backing away from him.) Churchill said his words had been distorted by conservative commentators such as Bill O'Reilly of the Fox network. "No matter how you parse it, the word 'justified' does not appear," Churchill said.
For the United States to be secure, Churchill said, its leaders must "change the equation in terms of valuing life." He said Americans must place equal value on the lives of people of other countries. (Is not this what we do when we are the first country to aid natural disaster areas, and promote democracy around the world?)
Two Reed students invited Churchill to the Southeast Portland campus, said Beth Sorensen, a Reed spokeswoman. His speech in Kaul Auditorium was not publicized and was limited to students, faculty, staff and guests.
Cameras and recording devices were banned "in the spirit of creating an open forum for debate and discussion," according to a written statement released by the college. Spirit of balance discussion? Sounds more like he doesn't want his words to get out to more then a selective few he speaks to. If in the spirit of fair and balance discussion why did they not invite the public and allow cameras and recorders? Is it because he knows he spills vile and vomit every time he opens his mouth. That the citizens of this country will hold him responsible for his idiotic rants and not tolerate it.

Ward Churchill is an opportunistic who will copy , steal , lie to get attention and improve his lot in life. He does this with his proven theft of other writing , paintings, and pandering to special interests of "oh yes I am a victim"
Give me a break Ward.



A great day in history 230 years ago. Does any one remember this great poem from elementary school?
April 18, 2005
Listen my children and you shall hearOf the midnight ride of Paul Revere, On the eighteenth of April, in Seventy-five; Hardly a man is now alive Who remembers that famous day and year. He said to his friend, “If the British march By land or sea from the town to-night, Hang a lantern aloft in the belfry arch Of the North Church tower as a signal light,—One if by land, and two if by sea; And I on the opposite shore will be, Ready to ride and spread the alarm Through every Middlesex village and farm, For the country folk to be up and to arm.
So through the night rode Paul Revere; And so through the night went his cry of alarm To every Middlesex village and farm,—-A cry of defiance, and not of fear,A voice in the darkness, a knock at the door, And a word that shall echo for evermore! For, borne on the night-wind of the Past, Through all our history, to the last, In the hour of darkness and peril and need, The people will waken and listen to hear The hurrying hoof-beats of that steed, And the midnight message of Paul Revere."
a great poem by Longfellow, to bad he wasn't there to record the true events. For the truth go to Right Wing Nut House » FOUNDING BROTHER: Politics served up with a smile... And a stilletto.

Enjoy another great blog.


All the good news

Why is it all the good news is in the back of the paper. Well at least all of the entertaining news that is. Reading todays edition of the Rocky Mountain rag (news) the front is covered with information on the radical extremist "Corky" Gonzales. A revised editorial on his stance of equality and pursuit of equal rights (rights infavor of) illegals and minorities over others.
The good news , or entertaining news is in the back of the paper on page 38 A. Here we find an articale, be it very small and out of context for the most part on the recent NRA convention.
Quoted is the ever entertaining rock and roller Ted Nuggent. Once again Ted is portrayed as a real right wing nut. Yet if one has ever listened to him talk and looked at his views you would note he isn't crazy but very pro Constitution and Bill of Rights citizen.
Ted calls for an increase in the membership of the NRA, this is a good thing, he calls for justice against criminals who will abuse the court system with ACLU (American Communist Liberation Unit) briefs and propaganda. Ted is right! Child molesters, rapists and carjackers should be shot. Why when they knowingly break the law should they benifit from the second amendment? If they have a gun and try to use it, should not the law abidung citizen be allowed to defend themselves with a handgun.
Ted says "I want the bad guys dead. No court case. No parole. No early release. I want'em dead. Get a gun and when they attack you, shoot'em"
In a way I agree, save my tax money for something important, like welfare for illegals, not for criminals.

Sunday, April 17, 2005 

Water and Athletics

Does anyone remember back in high school you were at practice sweating like a stuck pig. Then the coach said water break. You chugged down all the water you could, only to puke it up a few seconds later. Well I do , and its common actually. Unfortunately it is not good for you. The coach would tell you to rinse your mouth out with the first few sips then take little sips to drink. Why? It was to prevent you from puking and doing yourself harm.
I'll never forget a day of training at Subic Bay Naval base in the Philippines. I was so hot and thirsty, me and the boys headed to the club for something to eat. The ice tea was cold and sweet. I downed a couple pitchers as fast as I could. The next thing I was running for the head and puking it back up. Why, because I took in more then I needed.
The same principle with horses, you let them cool down some before watering them. Recently a study done on marathon runners showed that they dilute body minerals and salt with to much water. This can kill a person. Go to Fox news and check out their health page for more on this study.
I've spent a lot of time working outside in my life, being very active. Well as active as I can, from laying asphalt to heavy equipment, and my time in the Marines. I have found that on occasions putting a little salt in a glass of water made me feel a hundred times better then drowning my innards with water. Granted doctors no longer recommend salt tablets (basically this is what I was doing by adding salt to water... A salt tablet) but they do say drink a sports drink. What is in a sports drink....Salt, and electrolytes. Things you sweat out during physical activity.
So the next time you get real thirsty from working or playing, be careful on the indulgence of lots of water.


Hope in the Middle east Media

Terrorism Unveiled on this blog, a very popular one too. A glimmer of balanced media coverage may soon descend on the west from Arab outlets.
Media professionals call for coverage of positive developments in Iraq
By Mahmoud Al Abed
AMMAN — Iraqi media professionals concluding a training course in Amman have high hopes for enhanced cooperation with media establishments around the Arab world.
One course participant said he would like to see Jordanian media be more positively involved in the Iraqi situation and more comprehensive in its coverage of events there.
“I fault the Arab media in general, including Jordanian media outlets, for placing too much focus on the negative things that are happening in Iraq,” said Haider Zubeidi, owner and director of the Basra-based Shat Al Arab Radio.
“Yes, there is destruction, but it is not all. Iraq is witnessing many positive developments,” he said, citing as one example the media boom in Iraq.
“For decades, Iraq has seen only one-party, one-colour media. There are now more than 120 radio stations in Iraq, including 15 in the south, and about 70 newspapers,” the executive said.

Lets hope this trend domino effects to corporations like CNN, MSN, and the BBC. This way they can catch up with FOX and show some more positive accomplishments happening in IRAQ


I have recieved several comments, some nice , some ... well. Either way I want to thank all who are reading my blog. I am just expresing my opinions , and linking a few sites to my opinion in order to help bring forth ideas and discussion on certain topics. If you have a different view I want to hear it. I would like to know also where you get your information, be it from an experiance or website, or perhaps a book you have read/show watched. If you did not know there are over 1 million blogs on the internet. Some are just diaries and or rantings. Some are specific to certain hobbies or interests. The popular ones seem to be on politics. I am trying to make mine diverse and interesting to read for all who stumble across.

Again I thank all who read and hope you enjoy. =)


The Truth Be Told

A reveling article op/ed piece out of the Oakland tribune. This article cuts to the point except it misses the point entirely. Reading the piece you see that it calls the Minute Men Project a shame and vigilantes on the loose. However it tres to point out solutions to the problem . Its conclusions are very wrong.Inside Bay Area - Oakland Tribune - Op-Ed

What could they do? Three things:
- Give legal status to the 11 million undocumented immigrants currently in the United States, according to the latest Pew Hispanic Center study. It's not only a humanitarian question, it is also about national security. If the United States is to take the war on terror seriously, it must know who is living within its borders.
- Negotiate an immigration accord between Mexico and the United States. Only this can guarantee an orderly flow of immigrants, whom the United States so needs, while preventing fatalities along the border.
- Create a broad U.S. investment program for Mexico and the rest of Latin America — a kind of Marshall Plan for the region. This would generate well-paying jobs in Latin America, thereby preventing many inhabitants from viewing the United States as their only economic alternative.

Lets look at this for a moment the 11 million citizenship. A very nice idea but are they working or living off society. What do they bring to this country? They will receiver welfare, schooling for their children ...Of coarse in Spanish first. They will also receive medical aid, something most citizens here already cannot afford.
Negotiate an accord on immigration between the two countries. Ok this does sound like a good idea but dose that mean they get free reign in and out , while not being subject to our laws and taxes?
Create a Marshall plan for investment? This sounds like NAFTA, and what it was supposed to do. However as we all know Mexico and Canada have not lived up to their end of NAFTA. The trucking industry beinig a prime example of how neither Mexican or Canadian trucks meet our standards for being on the road. An imbalance of trade on agricultural goods..... Just look in your super market at the veggie section and see where is the American veggies, a small group in the corner with Canadian and Mexican veggies taking up the majority of room.

The Tribune asks
What kind of people can devote 30 days without pay to the pursuit of undocumented immigrants? The irony is that the food these hunters consume and the houses they inhabit were undoubtedly harvested and built, respectively, by the same immigrants they pursue. They complain about undocumented immigrants while benefiting from their labor.
Project Minuteman is meaningless. Its volunteers, taking justice into their own hands, plan to patrol only .

I will tell you what kind of people take 30 days off from work. Those citizens who are concerned with the ILLEGAL CROSSING /INVADING OF OUR COUNTRY THAT'S WHO.
The food they consume , bought with their hard earned money from Americans in Arizona, the homes/hotels that have room available for rent. Then if they are staying at a ranch or private home. I bet you will be very hard pressed to find owned by an illegal and a family that does not want them there. The local ranchers and families are happy and supportive of the MMP and surely are not denying them rooms.
As for taking justice into their own hands ...... Does the term citizens arrest mean anything. Does the term civil obligation/responsibility mean anything. Oh it does only when in a liberally globalization fashion of being enforced.

I am again not saying that people cannot come to this great county, however they have to do it legally and become a viable working part of our society, blemished with the melting pot not make it diverse.

Saturday, April 16, 2005 

Proven Systems

It is alarming that proven weapon systems are being scraped or replaced with highly expensive weaker forms of firepower. In Oliver North's recent columnFreedom Alliance - The Price of Libery is Eternal Vigilance. He makes great pounds on why we should not scrape the Battleship. This argument was also used about the battle tank. Right before Desert Storm the argument was that tanks were obsolete and not viable to the new modern battle plan. Hmmm, Briton , France and fortunately the U.S. all fielded new versions of a batletank that caused havoc and terror among the Iraq's. For the ground pounder ( an infatry man ) there is no better sense of security then knowing there is a delivery system that will put lots of high powered rounds on range and target just incase things get a little hairy in their field of operation.
The Navy's plan of dry docking the remaining two battleships..The "Mighty MO" USS Missouri, and the New jersey at first seems like a nice plan. Dry dock and turn into museums for the public. However what will replace them. A new system with smaller guns, and unreal cost overruns is not the way to go. Nothing can replace the 16 inch cannons of these two history makers or bring a sense of fear to the enemy knowing they are off shore. In fact the other two battle ships, USS Iowa , and the USS Wisconsin need to be refitted and sent out to see . Placed off shore by a couple of these countries and let them clear their throats a little.
In case you are not aware of what a 16 inch gun can do, try these facts on. A 16 inch shell travels 21 miles , hits with the force that takes out an area of 500 by 300 yards per hit. It literally is a Volkswagen beetle being launched at a target. Now if that doesn't make a Marines Sgt. Maj stand and salute I was never a Marine (enlisted in 1985 , honorable discharge in 1993, combat vet ).
The new DDX ships planned on replacing the battleships are smaller , much thinner skinned (that's a hull), meaning it is very susceptible to misle fire and other ship to ship fire. The reduction of a purchase of 24 down to 5 ships will hardly replace even one battleship.
economical all you need to do is run the numbers and it is more cost effective to refit and upgrade the battleship and put it out to sea for service then the replacement of these newer weaker ships.
Oliver North makes yet another great point
The Navy, focusing on a new “strategic vision” called “sea basing” claims that the battleships’ proven firepower is no longer necessary for Naval Surface Fire Support (NSFS) – the kind of mission that saved my Marines three decades ago. Admiral Vernon Clark, the Chief of Naval Operations says that “Marines will be supported by combat air.” That’s great – except when bad weather keeps the planes on deck instead of overhead. It also ignores the full range of support that is economically available from well protected, highly-mobile, gun and missile-firing battleships. This is not your grandfather’s battlewagon.

Despite all the new advances in technology bad weather puts a damper on air support. Any pilot will tell you that they can't fly in bad weather, so where is this support going to come from when it hits the fan?
Dry dock these power houses...NO, make them into the fighting machines we need.

Friday, April 15, 2005 

They Call it Architecture

Reading the Denver Rocky Mountain news this morning I came across a picture of what at first I thought to be the remains of a natural desasture picture. To my surprise nope it is a picture of the new Denver Art Museum extension. The picture is buried in the back of the paper on page 46A. There is good reason as to why it is in the back.
I have traveled around the world and seen some good buildings and some bad. However for the city of Denver to have spent this much money on this monstrosity is unreal. First of all if you have not seen it. Take a drive down 13th street. Sticking out to what at first looks like an upside down triangle, you will see a geometric out of whack parrallagram Picasso looking thing. This is just incredible that this is what passes as architecture. Amazing.

Tuesday, April 12, 2005 

Gentle into the Night

The election for president is only 5 months old ..... meaning we just elected The Honorable President Mr. Bush for a second term. (yes this is how you refere to a man in that office, be it the former president or newly elected. the office demands respect regaurdless.)
Already it is heating up for the election of 2008. Senator Hillary Rodham Clinton is slinging mud. Move on .org (best known as a bastion of lefty lunacy) heard The honarable sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton speak (referanced in rest of wrting as Sen. Clinton).
One has to sit down and examine what she said and wonder what she is talking about and evaluate her thoughts and beliefs. Is this what we want? Is this the road we want to take? Do we want to actually be just another country in the world or do we want to lead? One needs to ask themselves .... IS SHE NUTS?
Sen. Clinton said the following
"We need leaders who will stand up against the special interests and stand up for the public interests."
ok this makes sense, I agree. Where can we find someone like this?
she also said the following
" I am worried about my country. And I'm worried that we are not living up to the expectations and accomplishments of those who came before. We're living in a difficult period of American history. The choices and decisions our leaders make today will decide whether this incredible country of ours moves forward with strength and promise, into a future filled with new possibilities. Or, begins to undermine the very foundation of the success that so many of us have seen in our own lifetimes, makes it possible for young boys and girls from all walks of life and all different backgrounds to live up to their God-given potentials."

Ok i agree again. These are historical times that our actions will change the face of the world to come for generations to come. I too wonder about the undermining and corruption of the youth of this great nation with revised history to be politically correct history. To pass the buck and force quotas on us in the disguise of diverity. Holding students back because it may make someone feel bad if they are not as smart or talented as another student. Yes I too worry.

The following she said makes good sense but you have to read between the lines and see the truth.
"You know, I'm not just talking about policy disagreements that exist between the two major parties. I'm talking about the philosophy, the ideology that drives the choices we make. Right now we have a White House, and a majority in Congress, who are systematically weaking the Democratic traditions and institutions on which this nation was built. They are turning back the clock. They are tearing down the building blocks of Democracy one by one by one. Now when I first got to the Senate, along with Mark, I quickly realized that the new administration intended to try to undo everything my husband had done, and I admit. I did take that kind of personally. But I quickly realized that it wasn't just about the Clinton administration, and the accomplishments of the 1990's. It was about turning the clock back on the 20th Century. Turning the progress back beyond Franklin Roosevelt, even beyond Teddy Roosevelt, making our country not all what we had come to expect, a place that continued to motivate, and move us forward, and have a level playing field and a true meritocracy, where everybody did and paid their fair share. "

An administration that is undoing the democratic traditions? Does she mean putting a leash back on the courts and making it the Legislatures job to write laws not the judiciary. Going against Teddy Roosevelt? Does she mean President Roosevelt who invaded Cuba? The president who not only made national parks, but encouraged the responsible use of these parks, not only ecological , but administering them for the better of this country and this countries interests? Does she mean Franklin D. Roosevelt who put the public to work through programs that did not give hand outs but a hand up? Surely she isnt talking about those who did not see anything wrong with this country and loving it. Making this country a world leadser not a follower.

Refering to the republican party she says.
" It's an ideology that ignores some of the most basic principles laid down by our founding fathers, like the accountability of the checks and balances in government. Now their determination to do this, I think, has taken a lot of Americans by surprise. It seems so much out of sync with where we believe our country should be. And so no wonder that so many Americans now believe that we are on the wrong track."

Ignores accountability, checks and balances? Has she forgotten accountability of her husband, his executive orders, and his pardons. Yes she is right . The American public is surprised that we do have leaders from the Republican party that is undoing the mess that her husband created. That the american citizens do not want judges making law but enforceing it. That We the People understand that we are the true authority in this country and wield the power through our vote of elected representation that answers to us The People.

A mixed message here. Again read between the lines of her words.
"Because today, we are a nation of new needs. We find ourselves under intense competition from growing economies like India and China, bidding down the wages of labor and bidding up the price of energy. Have you seen how much a gallon of gas costs today? We find ourselves in a struggle against terrorism, and yet we see our nation alienating many of our allies for prideful unilateralism. And we find our government is not planning for the future. You know, this administration is mired in the mistaken belief that we can somehow live onto ourselves at the same time that the world that we know is shrinking. We are connected, one to the other across oceans, going great distances. We cannot just believe that America can decide what we want to do, and direct the rest of the world to follow our orders, merely because we said so. "
Yes we are a nation of new needs. A country in need of a better social security program. A country in need of a national defense that will protect us from terrorists, and foriegn agression. A economy that is under siege from illegal immigration that is killing a living working wage. Why is gas so expensive ....... could it be this country is hamstrung on enviormental first humanity second laws and regulations that make it almost impossible to build new refineries? Why can't we believe in a country that leads the worlds, decides on a path that is fair and democratic for the coarse of humanity? A country that the world will listen to and seek advice from?

The end of her speech went as follows,
"I think it does take a village to raise a child, and I think it takes Democrats to raise our hopes again. While Republicans play their power games, they're leaving America behind. And it's going to be up to you and me, and to every one of us, to get in there and fight. Fight for ourselves, fight for the people we represent, fight for our children. They deserve a better life than the one that they will inherit if we continue with these wrong-headed, radical policies in Washington today. And I am convinced. When people ask me can Democrats win again, of course we can win again. But we have to be ready to stand up and fight for the people who need us day in and day out. So be strong. Be involved. We're going to have hope for a better America. It is just around the bend, and we are going to take our country there. Thank you and God bless you."
She is right the republicans are leaving the people behind. We have to hold them as acountable as we held the democratic party. We do have to fight for what we believe and want. As proven in the vote, a historically large number of voters yet sadly a small percentage of eligable voters. The majority of this country needs to stanmd up and let thier voice be heard. Do we want to go back to leaders who lie and deny thier sway by special interests groups (the demoratic present party) or the more open we are in charge , hold similar views to the majority of then people (the republicans). Can either one of these parties truely represent the main stream of this country. Well its simple. Yes they can once the people speak and elect those who will represent them to the best of thier abilities and views.
Follow like a lacky and go gently into the night of globalization, or stand tall, be proud, and lead into the next century. I for one will not go gently. I say lead , follow, but get off your butt and out of the way. America first!!!!!!!!


More Anti America from our southern Friends

Here is another example/ story that shows Mexico isn't our best of friend to the south.

"Mexican army escorts border drug-runners"
By Chris Kelly · April 12, 2005 01:54 PM
The Mexican army is escorting those attempting to cross over the U.S. border illegally – including known drug-runners – to areas not patrolled by the Minuteman Project near Naco, Ariz., say Border Patrol sources and other officials including [Rep. Tom Tancredo, R-Colo., chairman of the Congressional Immigration Reform Caucus]...
..."President Bush should publicly denounce Mexico's latest act to curb U.S. law," said Tancredo. "The president of Mexico is threatening to sue any member of the Minutemen who have contact with a Mexican national, threatening to take the U.S. into the International Court of Justice at the Hague over the passage of Prop 200 in Arizona, and is providing transportation to Mexican nationals trying to sneak into the U.S. One could say he is acting in the best interest of his nation. Isn't it unfortunate we cannot say the same thing about President Bush?"
...Border Patrol sources say the Mexican army recently moved about 1,000 troops to the Agua Prieta region, just south of where the Minutemen are. These troops, the sources say, are diverting all of the illegal alien and drug-smuggling traffic away from the Minutemen...
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Why is it that this story goes largly unreported by the news and is found eaily on the internet? Could it be that drugs run rampet in the broadcast industry? Is it because of the hemp croud do not want people to know how they get their fix? What about the reports of our national parks having to have special squads of park rangers dropped in to protect and remove drug growers and runners. ( google national parks and drugs, or even achieved CBS stories on this. Or go to Fox and check it out.)

Then in a surprising turn of opinion from NewsMax check out this story on this link.
Sierra Club May Urge Tighter ImmigrationSunday, April 10, 2005 2:51 p.m. EDT
Interesting that now they are starting to see open boarders lead to trash in the cvast wildlife areas, unwanted trails and is counter productive to the tree hugging agenda.

Saturday, April 09, 2005 

Illigal Crime not just Hispanic Problem

Take a long look at these cases and then tell me we do not have a problem.

Convicted murderer Jesus Hernandez didn't understand that as an illegal alien employee, he had already accepted that he would be exploited. When he wasn't paid by boss Joseph Crummy of Levi, Utah, for some construction work, Hernandez demanded his money and then shot Crummy. He didn't allow the American legal process to work by suing to get his back wages (as several other Crummy illegal alien employees had successfully done). But as an unlawful foreign worker, Hernandez had not shown much respect for our nation's legal framework. During the trial proceedings March 23, when asked by the judge whether he thought the shooting was justifiable, the killer replied, "I think it was." The back wages amounted to $1,345, which Hernandez believed justified murder. This is another tragedy, created Washington's immigration irresponsibility. If America's laws for border and workplace enforcement were actually followed, Joseph Crummy's five children would likely still have a father. Hernandez is scheduled to be sentenced May 3.
Virginia "Jenny" Garcia was an 18-year-old college freshman when she was murdered with a butcher knife in her own house, in her own room, on her own bed allegedly by an illegal alien. The accused murderer, David Diaz Morales, whom the Austin police had earlier held in custody for child molestation, had been released rather than deported because of the city's sanctuary policy. Incidentally, Rep. Tom Tancredo tried to end the criminal-protection sanctuary policy in 2003, but Congress was deaf to the concerns of victims' families and law enforcement generally: the bill received only 104 votes out of 424 cast. So much for the "nation of laws" myth we hear celebrated by politicians when they are campaigning for re-election. When push comes to shove, most choose political correctness — in this case "say no evil" against so-called immigrants — rather than law enforcement. Jenny's father, Humberto Garcia, wants to know why the Austin city government protects foreign criminals so they can kill innocent young girls like his late daughter. He appeared on CNN's must-watch Lou Dobbs Tonight March 16 to speak on behalf of all grieving families who have lost a loved one due to irresponsible government at multiple levels, from the Austin City Council to the White House. The sanctuary policy created by the Austin public officials directly contributed to his daughter's death, as Mr. Garcia stated:
This is an abuse of civil rights. Her civil rights were trampled by a fellow who should have been deported. He should have been turned into immigration once he was found with illegal documentation, and he was not. (Dobbs transcript here.) This case shows how ridiculously hamstrung law enforcement has become when an "immigrant" is involved. An accused child molester was released to commit an even more heinous crime, that of murder, and if the government had done its basic job of keeping the monsters of the world out of our country, Jenny Garcia would be alive today. Update: On March 22, Bill O'Reilly interviewed Humberto Garcia, where he explained the devastation his family has experienced after the murder and his efforts to sue the city of Austin for the sanctuary policy which directly contributed to Jenny Garcia's death.
Oreina Alvarez Zarco is another illegal alien criminal given a hand-slap sentence after killing an American — only two years, with one year already served. The woman pleaded guilty to felony hit-and-run and driving without a license in the death of Soledad firefighter Mario Cunha March 13, 2004. The court dropped manslaughter charges for the incident, which occured on the shoulder of Highway 101 while Cunha was battling a vehicle fire. She had been driving illegally in the U.S. for seven years previous to the accident. According to court records, Zarco struck Cunha with so much force that he was thrown him on top of a fire engine and then onto the shoulder. Zarco stopped her car, checked out the situation and then left the scene of the accident. "I understand that accidents happen," said Sal Lucido, the victim's cousin. "But the trend here is a disregard for all laws. She was here illegally, she had no license and she hit him and left the scene. Her actions are inexcusable."
Brittany Binger was apparently raped and murdered by an illegal alien in James City, Virginia. The girl was so badly beaten that dental records were required to identify the body. Oswaldo Martinez was arrested in mid-February for killing the 16-year-old. Martinez had been in custody in 2004 for drunk driving, possessing a bogus Social Security number and driving without a license. He was clearly a candidate for deportation, yet nothing was done because of "cracks in the legal system." This demonstrable criminal was left in America to rape and kill a teenaged girl because the safety of citizens is not a priority for law enforcement. How many more deaths of innocents will it take for officials to take the problem of illegal alien criminals seriously enough to deport them?
Vinessa Hoera was brutally murdered in February 2004 by Faustino Chavez, an illegal alien from Guatemala, when she refused his obnoxious romantic advances. He raped her at knifepoint, strangled her, then slashed her throat five times. It took police two months of searching to find her body where it had been dumped in the woods in Suffolk County, New York. The victim met Chavez in a seafood store in Westhampton Beach where they both worked. Chavez was court Feb 14, 2005, where he accepted a plea bargain in the February 2004 murder. Vinessa's distraught family did not want the additional emotional stress of a full trial. Chavez will get his official sentence of 22 years to life in prison on March 15. Vinessa was a single mom, and her son, now aged six and living with his father, recently asked why his mother had to die so young. When Xavier Thomas Moore is a lot older and understands the corruption of politics, he can ask why our elected leaders have sacrificed innocent citizens like his mom so business could have the open borders and cheap labor pipeline it prizes.
Here is another person run down and killed on our highways by an illegal alien. Justin Goodman, 32, was knocked from his motorcycle in Thornton, Colorado, on July 1, 2004, and died near the curb. The SUV which struck him never stopped. Justin's mother Carol Vizzi was alarmed to learn that the illegal alien driver, Roberto Martinez-Ruiz, had a long history of run-ins with the law, including several drunk driving arrests, having half a dozen different alias, jail time served in 2000, driving with a revoked license, among others. Despite Martinez-Ruiz' long rap sheet, no official ever contacted the INS to have him deported. "We as a society gave him the message that he could break our laws and get away with it and continue that type of behavior and not suffer any real severe consequences for it," said Vizzi. Tragically, a man like Martinez-Ruiz was considered a non-violent criminal, so he could remain in America to take the life of Justin Goodman.
Russell Pearce is a father whose police officer son Sean was shot and wounded by an illegal alien. Pearce is also a member of the Arizona House of Representatives. Rep. Pearce worked for border enforcement before his son was shot and was a strong voice for Prop 200, the Arizona citizen's initiative requiring that prospective voters and welfare recipients show identification, which passed in Nov. 2004. But now he has one more reason, a personal one, to work through the legislative process to protect America's sovereignty and people. As it happened, on the day Sean was wounded, Rep. Pearce was in Washington to speak at Brookings on the subject of immigration policy. "I was interrupted and given a message to call (wife) LuAnne in reference to an emergency at home," Rep. Pearce remarked later. "I called to find out my son Sean had been shot while executing a search warrant on a home for homicide suspects and was being flown by helicopter to the hospital. I later learned the suspects and the shooter were illegal aliens and had been issued Matricula Consular cards so they could get services in the United States."
Melissa Dorner was only 21 when she was murdered in her own apartment in Chicago. Her friends remembered her as a "wonderful, caring human being" and many notes and flowers in remembrance were left in front of the apartment building. She graduated from Evanston High School in 2002 and worked as a hostess in a restaurant. Melissa had fought off an accused serial rapist Mario Villa a year earlier. Her strangled and beaten body was found Jan. 24. The apparent killer is Roberto Ramirez, who is believed by police to have fled to Mexico. He was last seen in Chicago with blood on his clothes and scratches on his face.
Here is some good news from the California courts. Shown at the left is David Montiel Cruz who brutally kidnapped a nine-year-old girl from her San Jose home in 2003 and injured her mother and brother as they tried to protect her. After several days of being raped, she convinced him to release her, and a few days later supplied police with enough detail of her captivity that they could quickly find and arrest the criminal. On January 21, Cruz was sentenced to 102 years in prison. The judge remarked, "In 18 years of being part of this distinguished bench, I have never encountered (a crime) as vicious as this." The young victim requested through a letter read to the court to "put that man in jail for the rest of his life or in other words, eternity."
Imagine that you have a 16-year-old daughter in high school: would you want this 21-year-old Mexican illegal alien sitting next to her? That scenario was apparently real in Apple Valley High School in Minnesota where Francisco Serrano lived for several weeks by freeloading school lunches, attending classes and sleeping in the auditorium. He kept his things in a locker, used the computers in the library and doesn't appear to have missed any meals. Despite the fact that this is a grown man, about whose background little is known, the Principal Steve Degenaar insisted that Serrano presented no danger and also sent an email to parents saying, "It's very sad and unfortunate that we have a young man with nowhere to go." On the contrary, Mr. Serrano's home is in Mexico, where he should be sent ASAP. Update: Serrano has become the January feel-good story in Minnesota, now that a fellow "immigrant" has rescued the school lurker from homelessness. One news story regretted how the young man's illegal alien status took away from his identity as victim: "Serrano's legal problems detract from the focal point of this story, which is homelessness. We don't know if a fear of discovery as an illegal immigrant kept Serrano from seeking social services." Incidentally, Serrano's benefactor, developer Basim Sabri, is a convicted felon who is awaiting sentencing for attempting to bribe a Minneapolis city council member.
Keyse Jama will soon be on his way back to his native Somalia. He had fought deportation all the way to the Supreme Court with the argument that Somalia has no functioning government and therefore cannot receive him properly. The Supremes disagreed, paving the way for 3,568 criminal and out-of-status Somalis nationwide to be repatriated. A resident of Minnesota, Jama was a refugee who had never become a citizen. He was convicted in Hennepin County of assault for stabbing a man. He is apparently at peace with his Somali future, saying, "I'm feeling good to be going home." Update, 3/24/05: There appears to a problem with "delivering" Mr. Jama to Somalia because of the warlord situation. What is the difficulty? Aren't Somalis merely following their culturally desired form of government, i.e. clan-based warlordism? He merely needs to be deposited somewhere within the boundary of the country.
Amazing what makeovers can occur when lawyers want to turn a brutal thug into the guy next door. These two photos are of the same man, Nicolas Serrano-Villagrana. He was convicted Jan. 11 in Las Vegas of three counts of felony DUI in the May crash that killed 4-year-old Angel Avendano and injured the boy's 32-year-old mother, Eulogia Avendano, and another woman, Nijailia Altitijka Graves. Serrano-Villagrana was found to have a blood-alcohol content of 0.20 percent (2.5 times the legal limit in Nevada) as well as cocaine in his system. He drove his truck over a curb, running down the women and little boy who were standing at a bus stop, and then escaped. Serrano-Villagrana was an illegal alien with previous drunk-driving offenses. He should have been deported at the time of his earlier DUI arrests, but was not and remained to cause the death of a child.
Kelbessa Negewo is a prime example showing that our legal immigration screening process is deeply flawed in terms of keeping out the world's most disgusting characters. The man is a convicted torturer who will be deported back to Ethiopia where he will go to prison for his crimes, including human rights violations and more than a dozen murders. What's even more distressing is how long it has taken to get rid of this monster. Apparently insufficient investigation was done when he was accepted this country as a political asylee; then he was given citizenship in 1995 even though he had been recognized in a U.S. court in 1993 of being a human rights abuser.
These two deputies were shot Dec. 16 in Mesa by an illegal alien whom they were trying to arrest while executing a search warrant. Fortunately, both have wounds that are not life threatening, although Lewis Argetsinger may lose the use of his hand. Sean Pearce was shot in the chest but was protected by body armor; he was hit in the stomach just below the vest. Sean Pearce is the son of Rep. Russell Pearce of the Arizona legislature who was in Washington to appear on an immigration panel at the Brookings Institute when he received the news that his son had been shot. Russell Pearce was an active supporter of Prop. 200 which won at the polls in November and requires that voters and would-be welfare recipients show proof of citizenship.
Pictured here are Bob, Jennifer and Bonnie Eggle, an American family who lost a son and brother because of our government's refusal to enforce our national borders. Jennifer is holding a photo of Kris Eggle , who was murdered August 9, 2002, by a Mexican drug smuggler crossing through Organ Pipe National Monument. The park is "under siege" and is listed as one of the nation's 10 most endangered because of the torrent of illegal aliens and drugs flowing through that area of the border. In fact, Organ Pipe was called "the most dangerous national park" for three years in a row. On December 13, the only man charged in connection with Kris Eggle's murder was sentenced to 15 1/2 years in prison. Dionicio Ramirez Lopez received that punishment for aiding and abetting the transportation of a stolen vehicle, aiding and abetting assault with a dangerous weapon and firing a weapon during a violent crime. The Mexican who killed Kris was shot and killed during the shootout. Since the murder, the Eggles have sought to prevent more family tragedies like theirs by working to increase border security. It hasn't been easy, since much of Washington quietly believes that national sovereignty is an anachronism which interferes with business. But the family, particularly Bob and Bonnie, have actively pursued sensible immigration policies and border enforcement. The Eggles are real American heroes, regular folks who responded to a crushing tragedy with a concern for others. They won't let the nation forget that open borders come with a terrible human cost.
The communities of Rice Lake and Haugen, Wisconsin, are still coming to grips with the shocking mass murder of six hunters. People want to understand the meaning of what happened and why. See this memorial to the hunters, with loving remembrances of those who were brutally murdered. There's no doubt in the minds of the press and the Hmong — the problem is racism and clashing cultures. They want to talk about discrimination on the part of American hunters, but no mention of assimilation and responsibility for the Hmong. Outdoors columnist Dave Bowman said it straight, "There is no delicate way to put this: The Hmongs have a notorious reputation among white sportsmen in the upper Midwest." In April, I was fishing on the Mississippi River between Minnesota and Wisconsin. Huge signs designated the no-fishing area by the dam. A couple dozen people, spread over several generations, came out. The babies and women sat on blankets. Men set to catching white bass by the dozen from the no-fishing area by the dam flank. Downstream in the no-fishing area, children waded with nets, then dumped the catch in holes dug on the beach. I asked who they were. Hmongs, came the answer. Another fisherman, in a Charlie Chan voice, asked, "Ah, Straight Eye, you don't know?" "Straight Eye"? If I were to address an Asian as "Slant" I would be accused of racism, but when Hmong treat Americans disrespectfully, it's accepted. And when Hmong arrogantly break U.S. laws designed to protect species and the environment, that is categorized as a "culture clash." No wonder there is resentment.
Here is the final photo of the murdered Wisconsin hunters, that of Jessica Willers. She was just 27 when she was shot twice in the back, apparently by Chai Vang, the Hmong immigrant. There has not been a lot of information about her in the press, except that she worked as a cardiac surgical technician at a hospital in Green Bay and was engaged to be married next August. Certainly her family is overwhelmed with grief and needs privacy, but the amount of ink used to portray the accused killer in a positive light is excessive to say the least. In fact, the nanny media can't shut up about the admirable characteristics of the accused mass murderer, or at least the reasons to be sympathetic — usually some version of race victimhood. The suffering of Chai Vang's extended family has been detailed ad nauseum, while the genuine anguish afflicting the hunters' families has been given short shrift indeed.
The last of the six murdered hunters, the apparent victims of Hmong immigrant Chai Vang, were buried on Monday. Shown above is the funeral of Jessica Willers, 27, who was remembered as someone who loved going hunting with her dad. Parents Patti and Terry are in the center of the photo, watching their daughter's casket pass by. Terry Willers was shot and wounded in the attack. An unusual tribute was paid to the hunters on Monday Night Football. Fans of the Green Bay Packers were asked to wear blaze orange, the hunting safety color, at the game to honor the shooting victims. "My friend told me about it and I threw off my Packer hat and put on the blaze orange hat," said fan Tom Fields from Stevens Point. The stands were indeed filled with thousands wearing bright orange. More details of the shooting are being revealed. When first questioned, Vang said that he didn't shoot anyone, that one of the American hunters had killed all the others. Only later did Vang admit shooting them all. Vang allegedly shot four of his unarmed victims in the back, three of them more than once. The two survivors admitted using profanity, but not racial slurs, when Vang was discovered to be trespassing. The media continues with its multicultural agenda even in this horrendous case. Worries about backlash against Hmong are apparently more important than the mass murder of six Americans, as a Google News search reveals more than 500 articles on that subject, while there are only a handful of news stories about the victims. The AP has been downright misleading, reporting "Two of the survivors, however, told authorities Vang fired the first shot." The phrase "two of the survivors" imples that there are other survivors with a different story, but no, there are only two survivors and they agree on what happened.
Thanksgiving week has been anything but thankful for the friends and family of the six Wisconsin hunters apparently murdered in cold blood by Hmong immigrant Chai Vang. Pictured above are victims Al Laski, 43, Mark Roidt, 28 and Joey Crotteau, 20, the son of Robert, shown below. As mentioned in an earlier posting, the press has been chattering away about the culture clash between Hmong and Americans. However, the crime can be more accurately pegged to the willful refusal on the shooter's part to obey the law regarding private property and the right of citizens not to be murdered. At the same time, apparently it is not necessary to speak English or be familiar with relevant laws to get a hunting license. IHC is a strong supporter of the Second Amendment — for English-speaking American citizens. To download (5 pages in PDF) the police report with the suspect's and surviving victims' statements regarding the crime, click here.
Here are three of the eight victims of accused Hmong mass murderer Chai Vang, who was jailed for killing six and wounding two on privately owned Wisconsin hunting acreage. The men pictured are Denny Drew, 55, who died 11/22; Lauren Hesebeck, 48, who was hospitalized and is the brother-in-law of Denny Drew; and Robert Crotteau, 42, who was killed in the 11/21 carnage along with his son Joey Crotteau, pictured in the photo grouping above this one. Chai Vang, 36, is reportedly a naturalized citizen who has been living here 25 years. Many of the news stories refer to a culture clash between Hmong and Americans, which is not exactly true. Now newspapers that regularly publish multicultural puff pieces lauding diversity must admit to ongoing conflict between Hmong immigrants and Americans over property rights. Not only that, the Hmong are known for taking egregious numbers of fish and deer in violation of posted conservation limits which are there to preserve species for everyone. (In 2001, Vang was charged with possessing 108 crappies, which was 93 over the limit.) The term "culture clash" presumes difference between equals, while the Hmong refugees have refused to assimilate to American laws regarding property and wildlife management, among others including monogamy. In fact, Mr. Vang is himself an apparent polygamist, a detail tucked unobtrusively within a longish article. "While the police reports on the December 2001 domestic incident indicate Say Xiong was the suspect's wife, on Monday the Associated Press interviewed a woman named Deu Khang, 37, who identified herself as Chai Soua Vang's 'cultural' wife." Vang has lived in this country long enough to understand what property rights are about, but instead apparently preferred to poach. Furthermore, the Hmong are not exactly a peaceful community, as evidenced by the spate of intramural firebombings over political differences in the last few years.
Hit-and-run driver Neri Sanchez Gomez was freed in an amazing miscarriage of justice. It doesn't get much worse than this in the courtroom: Judge James Ellis released an illegal alien Mexican who killed one American and injured five others in June 2003. Gomez tried to pass on narrow windy Route 1 near Half Moon Bay, California, in foggy conditions, causing a horrendous three-car crash when he smashed into an oncoming car. Ernest Elliot of Pescadero was killed and his wife Nancy was injured. Gomez was released Nov. 12 and credited with time served, just less than one year, meaning that he was not deported as he would have been if the sentence had been over a year. He could have been sentenced to 12 years in prison if he had been convicted of the original charges of felony vehicular manslaughter and hit and run, but apparently a deal was struck to free this admitted killer.
Augustine Breceda was sentenced Oct. 26 to 216 years in prison for nine felony convictions in his violent 25-day armed robbery spree in Reno. The twice-deported Mexican used the opportunity to plead for mercy, whining to the judge, "I just wish you would find it in your heart to give me a release date where I'll still be able to be with my three children who I miss so much." Actually, this perp is just the sort who should be locked up permanently. He likes to rob little old ladies and carjacked a 72-year-old woman near the church where she volunteered. When police officers found him in the stolen car, he tried to hit pursuing officers and caused several accidents as he sped through traffic at 80 mph. After crashing into a phone pole, Breceda broke into a woman's home, although she was able to escape. When Breceda finally was captured, he identified himself as a cousin who lives in Reno. Augustine Breceda already was a six-time felon in California.
• Another tragic addition to the list of unnessary deaths caused by violent illegal aliens was the newlywed couple, James and Emilia Lee of Huachuca City, Arizona, who had been married only six weeks. They were killed Oct. 16 when a truckload of at least 17 illegal aliens traveling at 90 mph crashed into several vehicles near the town of Sierra Vista, leaving a horrific scene of carnage. The aliens were trying to escape police after they had run a stop sign, and the truck rammed into a line of nine vehicles waiting for a turn light near Fort Huachuca. The photo shows James Lee's son Joe and grandson Christopher. James was 75 and his new bride Emilia was 71. The couple had been planning a fishing trip to Mexico with Joe and other relatives. Both James and Emilia were known as neighborly, never hesitating to reach out to help. James often helped out when someone needed a home repair done, and Emilia was an active volunteer for her church. Nearly 300 friends and family attended the services for the Lees held Oct. 21. Update 12/10/04: Two men could face death sentence in Sierra Vista crash that killed 5 Jimir Valle Martinez, 21, of Honduras and Carlos Cortez, 29, of Mexico were charged with transporting illegal aliens resulting in death, and are possibly facing the death penalty because deaths occured in the commission of a crime.
• We must add the name of Brandon Winfield to the list of police officers murdered by illegal aliens. On Thursday, Oct. 14, Officer Winfield was checking out a disabled vehicle on State Route 423, south of Marion, Ohio, and apparently felt he was helping a stranded motorist. Details of the murder are not exactly clear, but Winfield was found shot in the head in his patrol car which had run off the road. The police are now searching for Juan Carlos Cruz who is considered armed and dangerous. Another suspect, as yet unnamed, is being held and is believed to be an illegal alien. Deputy Winfield was married and had two sons, ages 2 and 3. The photo shows him with his three-year-old son Landon. Update Saturday: Accused killer Juan Cruz was arrested Friday night in Marion. He has been charged with aggravated murder which can bring a death sentence when the victim is a law officer. Update Sunday: Officer to be honored Details here about the funeral of the 29-year-old deputy and also about the extreme relief of the police to catch the accuser murderer. Plus, a puff piece of interviews with local Hispanics, with no question about their citizenship status: Don't ask, don't tell, evidently.
Mexican illegal alien Omero Rojas-Penalosa is accused of being a "hot prowler," meaning that he likes to break into houses when he knows there is someone home, ideally a woman in bed for him to sexually assault. The man was already in jail for burglary and "gross lewdness" in his resident town of Reno when he was arrested for the additional charge. Police report that at least four men have broken into the homes of about a dozen sleeping women since March. An unemployed drywaller, Rojas-Penalosa does not speak English and lives with his mother, Aida Penalosa. She said the accusation is false and he could not be the hot prowler because "he is always at home."
The trial for accused rapist Ricardo Cepates has been scheduled for mid-October. He is charged with raping six people, including a couple of Rutgers students and a 14-year-old girl. However, if the illegal alien had been deported in 1998 when he had been arrested for grabbing a Brunswick woman on the street and holding a knife to her throat, all of this violence might have been avoided. Despite a deportation order, he pleaded guilty in 1999 to weapons charges and was released on probation, rather than being repatriated as the law requires. Cepates was caught after he attempted to rape a young clerk in a music store and was chased down on the street by the store owner's nephew, who wrestled the perp to submission in the snow with the help of some others in the neighborhood. Update 10/27: Ricardo Cepates was convicted of 26 counts of kidnapping, rape and robbery. He faces a possible life term in prison when he is sentenced in February. The Honduran illegal alien has additional charges still to be tried of attacking four other women, one of whom was raped in her home.
Ahmed Hassan Al-Uqaily, a resident of Nashville, told an acquaintance he wanted to "go Jihad" because he was unhappy about the war in Iraq, his home country. He was arrested Oct. 7 after paying $1,000 for the purchase of two disassembled machine guns, four disassembled hand grenades and hundreds of rounds of ammunition from a federal agent, so he was serious about murdering and blowing up. He also was interested in procuring handguns and missiles. According to the affadavit, Al-Uqaily expressed anger toward Jews and discussed Jewish facilities in Nashville, although he made no threats against specific sites. The video here notes the remark that this was "an arrest that could have saved lives." This terrorist sounds like a random jihadist, rather than someone wired in to larger groups of sleeper cells; otherwise he would likely have easier access to weapons. But this case brings up the obvious question: why do we allow the continued immigration of potential enemies? Al Uqaily was caught because an old friend ran into him and didn't like what he heard, and the friend then became an informant. It was only luck that the would-be terrorist was arrested.
• Let's call this case a variation on a theme: here is a well known accused war criminal, Marko Boskic, who entered the United States illegally by claiming refugee status and using his own name in 2000 with no problem. The man who has been residing in Peabody, Massachusetts, is believed to be a member of a notorious execution group within the Bosnian Serb Army which killed 1200 Bosnian Muslim men in 1995. According to testimony at the Slobodan Milosevic trial in 2003, Boskic was one of eight soldiers who lined up men in Pilaca and executed them as part of the genocidal scheme of ethnic cleansing in the former Yugoslavia. Furthermore, it's not like Boskic was keeping a low profile. He had numerous arrests for drunk driving and assaults, but no one in local police checked up on his background. Only a tip to federal authorities led to an investigation of what Boskic was really about. Because of a "loophole" in immigration policy, the feds normally track only Nazi-era human rights violators. Boskic's part in the war crimes was described in a front page article in the Boston Globe in 1996, in addition to how he had threatened the reporter, the late Elizabeth Neuffer. After she tracked him down in Bosnia that year and asked him whether he had been ordered to kill the captives, Boskic responded, "Would you like to get whacked?" Update: September 30, 2004, Boskic was indicted for immigration fraud because he portrayed himself an an innocent refugee when he was actually a vicious war criminal.
WANTED FUGITIVE • Victor Hugo Alegria-Salgado is not unusual among Mexican aliens who have a wife and children in both the U.S. and Mexico. Bigamy is illegal in Mexico but there is not much official interest there in the still-married women who have been financially abandoned by their husbands for greener grass up north. Alegria-Salgado is unusual in that he left his U.S.-located wife for the old one back in Mexico. He apparently was not satisfied with his Boulder, Colorado, family judging from his criminal abuse of his son. In fact Alegria-Salgado is believed to have fled to Mexico after throwing the 8-month-old across a room and fracturing some of the infant's bones. Is this what President Bush has in mind when he praises the "family values" of Mexicans?
Ho Beua is sad, and very surprised that he is being deported to Cambodia. After all, he was brought to this country as a refugee at age 14 and was treated as a special person, a victim. But unlike some refugees who have taken advantage of America's opportunities, the Seattle resident merely took advantage. He beat up his girlfriend, for which he spent four months in jail, and had several other assault charges, plus he lost his license twice for driving drunk. Since he never bothered to become a citizen, which would have prevented his deportation, the immigration laws eventually swung into effect. Beua thought that because he was legally in the U.S., deportation was not an option. Convicted felons may indeed be shown the door.
Miroslav Janusz Jozwiak is a Polish national and resident of Daytona Beach, Florida, arrested for the criminally negligent homicide of 10 people. The tractor-trailer he was driving veered into oncoming traffic, killing 10 in two vehicles south of Sherman, Texas. Three children and their mother and grandmother were killed in an SUV that was burned beyond recognition, including the license plate. Only when the children's father, Michael Martin, drove to the scene after seeing news reports did the victims' identities become known. Five others were killed in a pickup truck, and two adults were injured. Jozwiak's immigration status is not mentioned, but why is someone who cannot speak English permitted to drive a tractor-trailer rig? Apparently Florida allows a commercial license to be issued when the bearer has only a passport. This kind of tragedy is what happens when states are permissive in granting licenses. Update: Jozwiak's sister has complained about the $2 million bond, asking "Is this the way they treat people here?" Apparently she doesn't regard the death of 10 people as a serious matter. On other fronts, police are still awaiting (10/7) the results of drug tests, and there is a possibility that Jozwiak may have gotten his original Illinois trucker's license fraudulently. At the least, he took the test with a Polish translator.
Terry and Lisa Dilks were found murdered from multiple gunshot wounds in their home in Urbandale, Iowa. On August 26, police announced that they had arrested one suspect of two, an illegal alien from Mexico known as Leocardio Lopez, but whose actual name is Audiel Molasco-Tello. The Dilks had a 15-year-old son, Dustin, but he was not at home at the time of the killing. Now he's an orphan because illegal aliens murdered his parents. Also sought in the crime is another man, Raymundo Cruz Gomez. Gomez was a former employee at Applebee's Restaurant where he worked as a cook. Terry Dilks was his supervisor there. Update: A month after the Iowa double murder, not a great deal has changed. Molasco-Tello has been indicted for re-entering the country illegally and Gomez is still being sought, though local police believe he has left the area.
• What sort of monster could murder three children in the most brutal manner — one child was beheaded and the two others were nearly decapitated. They also suffered a variety of injuries including blunt force trauma and asphyxiation. The victims, residents of Baltimore, (l. to r.) were siblings Alexis Quezada (10) and Lucero Quezada (9) and their cousin Ricardo Espinoza (9). The two men arrested for the crime were also relatives: Policarpio Espinoza, 22, brother of the father of the two siblings, and Espinoza's cousin Adan Espinoza Canela, 17. The accused are illegal aliens as are the parents of the murdered children. Apparently the arrests were based on DNA/blood evidence.

Is it not about time we deport and prosecute those who break the law in our country. human right and free/open boarder groups whould have you believe not. Reread some of the brutality that has transpired . The callouse wanting and breaking of human rights by these "I only want a better way of life" people. Tell the families of the victems that these thugs deserve another chance.
I just hope that those of you who would not support stiffer imigration enforcement and deportation never fall victem to these violent ilegals.

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